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Adventurous Island Hopping In Croatia

28/09/2017 | Hvar | 0 Comment |

Adventurous Island Hopping In Croatia

The most enthralling feature of the beautiful country of Croatia is its long, golden coastline along the Adriatic Sea. Here the waters are a sparkling blue, the sea breeze is cool and pleasant, and the sunshine is warm and bright, creating the perfect setting for an island hopping adventure. The islands of Croatia each bear unique personalities and are kingdoms of pristine greenery and colorful cultural treasures. Here are some of the most magnificent islands in the Adriatic Sea where you can witness the rich Croatian cultural heritage at close quarters while being surrounded by mesmerizing landscapes.

 

Brac Island

 

Although Brac Island is most famous for the horn-shaped beach of Zlatni Rat, a haven for sunbathers and windsurfers, the interiors of this island also hold several alluring sights and sounds. Be it the rocky limestone quarries of the North that supply quality stone for the construction of opulent buildings around the globe or the medieval churches and quaint museums at Skrip, the oldest settlement on the island, every part of Brac holds something fascinating for the travelers. Head over to the Supetar Mausoleum to admire the fine stone sculptures or plan a hike to the Dragon's Cave to witness medieval wall carvings of mythical symbols. You will never run out of places to see and things to do on this enchanting island.

 

Hvar Island

 

The island of Hvar is the perfect party destination and is famous for the bustling nightlife at its spectacular beaches. During the daytime, it is a treat for the aficionados of architecture, with the mighty St. Stephen's Cathedral looming over the cafes of St. Stephen's Square and the medieval castle of Fortica providing breathtaking views of the town. The island is home to several serene monasteries as well as sprawling lavender fields and vineyards that are ideal for spending a quiet afternoon away from the hustle and bustle of urban life. One must also sample the local wines and the fresh seafood of this region that add to the appeal of this majestic island.

 

Vis Island

 

The island of Vis is a land of untarnished natural splendor, owing to the fact that this island was cut off from foreign tourists for several decades due to security reasons. It is also one of the farthest islands from the coast and has retained the fishing traditions that form an integral part of the authentic coastal culture of Croatia. Besides rustic fishing ports, this island is also home to marvelous beaches, with the Stiniva Beach stealing the show because of the mighty cliffs that conceal it from the sea. Other attractions on the island include Mount Hum, whose summit offers panoramic views of the landscape, and the Green Grotto, a large sea cave that is perfect for a refreshing dip.

 

These delightful islands are ideal for basking in the natural glory of Croatia while experiencing its multi-faceted culture. Buying real estate in Croatia is also fairly affordable and easy, which makes these islands the perfect candidates for a permanent home in the lap of nature. So do visit these stunning destinations to fall in love with Croatia.

 

 



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